55 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1986)

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                            January  1986, Volume  55, Number   1









ano          nont         1   Combating Police Stress
                              By Lloyd L. Bratz


8   Stop   Child   Abuse   Through Education
    By  Michael J. Flaherty


11 Law Enforcement Recruiting-Strategies for the 1980's
      By Kathleen  McChesney

19    Developing Productive Relationships with Private
      Security
      By Christopher A. Hertig


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Investigative Detention:
An   Intermediate Response (Conclusion)
By John  C. Hall


30 Wanted by the FBI


The Cover:
Police stress is a serious occupational malady
which, if left unchecked, can be devastating to the
officer and the department. See article p. 1.


        ED


Law Enforcement Bulletin


United States Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Washington, DC  20535

William H. Webster, Director
The Attorney General has determined that the
publication of this periodical is necessary in the
transaction of the public business required by law
of the Department of Justice. Use of funds for
printing this periodical has been approved by the
Director of the Office of Management and Budget
through June 6, 1988.


Published by the Office of
Congressional and Public Affairs,
William M. Baker, Assistant Director
Editor-Thomas J. Deakin
Assistant Editor Kathryn E. Sulewski
Art Director-Kevin J. Mulholland
Production Manager-Marlethia S. Black
Reprints-Robert D. Wible




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